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Review: Delhi

User Review  - Satish - Goodreads

My discovery of Khushwant Singh started because of a Ghazal made famous by Mehdi Hassan - "Yeh Dhuansa Kahaan se Uthata hain". I fell in love with the ghazal and keenly started looking for its origins ... Read full review

Review: Delhi

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i loved it simply because i can relate the love of delhi Read full review

Review: Delhi

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It's bawdy, it's violent, and it's brutally honest. Some of the chapters are so good, that they can pass off as standalone novellas. As I kept reading, my eyes got wet. It's painful and it's beautiful. I promise myself that I will read this book again, very soon. Read full review

Review: Delhi

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Kushwant Singh's view of India is an essential input to understanding the country. This is a very imaginative look at the history of Delhi. Read full review

Review: Delhi

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Khushwant Singh seems obsessed with sex..and with fart. After a point it got extremely boring. Almost every character in the book (and that included a lot of historical characters) appeared to have a ... Read full review

Review: Delhi

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Khushwant Singh seems obsessed with sex..and with fart. After a point it got extremely boring. Almost every character in the book (and that included a lot of historical characters) appeared to have a ... Read full review

Review: Delhi

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An incredibly irreverent book. There's more substance & honest analysis in this book than the haloed Mughal apologists - William Dalrymple/Wendy Doniger. Read full review

Review: Delhi

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PERSPECTIVE, my friend. It's all about perspective. Read full review

Review: Delhi

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unique style of khuswanthsinghs novel nobody can replace him Read full review

Review: Delhi

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What a way of presenting a different perspective on history, and some important historical figures. Forces one to question the mainstream historical narratives! Also, breaking many stereotypes ... Read full review


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